What now for Scotland?
Recently Scotland voted no to becoming an independent country. It was a narrow margin with 55.3% voting against and 44.7% voting for independence. John Mark McCafferty whose parents are Scottish of Irish decent and who works for the Society of Vincent de Paul in Ireland talks with Conor Deane about what independence would have meant for the Scottish and whether there will be any changes to the country after the vote. Conor began by asking John Mark his own feelings about the election.